The Map Rug by Harry Allen is the Modern Equivalent to Oriental

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Oct 8, 2009 • References: harryallendesign & nook-sucasa
The Map rug by Harry Allen is an exercise is logical decoration. It is a play on scale and brings a unique topographic quality that is both recognizable and seemingly random. Allen was inspired by his grandmother’s Oriental carpets, reminiscing of a bygone time: "When my brother and I were kids, we’d play with toys on the rug like it was a big map. Blue became the sea and red was land."

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